|By Marketwired .||
|December 28, 2012 12:12 PM EST||
NEWPORT BEACH, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/28/12 -- Beauty Research, a beauty blogging web site, recently posted an article focusing on the personal grooming needs of men and recommended hair thinning solutions from DS Laboratories and shaving products from Murad. DS Laboratories offers clinically proven solutions for those who are experiencing thinning hair and hair loss including treatments, shampoos and conditioners. Murad was founded by Dr. Howard Murad, a world renowned board-certified dermatologist who brought his years of expertise into the personal care industry. The Murad Man line is a range of products developed just for men and their unique skin needs.
"Typically Gina and I write about what's best for women and what just may be the latest greatest in skin care products or beauty device coming down the pipe for us (meaning our gender)... but today's focus is all about the fellas! It seems that in recent years, the beauty industry has seen a significant increase in the male demographic, and the industry is rapidly responding to those needs. Men are really starting to realize how important it is to care for their skin and are demanding that more specialized products be geared and formulated for their specific needs, desires and indications. And I know of no beauty, skin care or grooming brand that have responded quite as well as DS Laboratories and Murad have when it comes to hooking up the guys!" - Writes Karen of Beauty Research
See the full blog posting recommending DS Laboratories and Murad at BeautyResearch.com.
All About the Guys - DS Laboratories and Murad
Beauty Research covers a variety of topics on the subject of beauty and health. Check out these recent blog postings:
Post Holiday Sales - Where to Shop for Best Deals
"About thirty years ago my mother-in-law shared with me the best news/tips I had ever heard about in terms of shopping for bargains. I believe it was Christmas day (circa 1980ish) when I noticed my mother and sister-in-law getting ready to leave the house shortly after our Christmas dinner. I was just about ready to ask them where they were going when they asked me if I would like to go along. Of course, I said, "Sure," but was quite curious as to where we were heading with full bellies in tow. They went on to say that they always go to Rite Aid (back then I think it may still have been called Thrifty!) to buy their holiday wrapping paper, decorations, etc. on Christmas day to be already stocked for the next year. First of all, I had no idea they (or any store) would even be open on Christmas Day, but quickly found out that not only was it open, it was chockfull of delightfully deep holiday discounts. Since then I've shopped for everything from my tree ornaments to my Christmas star-shaped cookie cutters about 350 days before I will be using them!" - Writes Karen of Beauty Research
Supplements for Weight Management and Skin Health - Perricone MD and PRIORI
"We all love the holidays and all the goodies that go along with the lovely season; however, we're not so crazy about the price we typically have to pay afterwards. Oftentimes, all that fun and indulgence comes with a price. After weeks of excess eating, drinking, staying up late and the stressors of finances and holiday shopping can bring about a number of problems such as, weight gain, metabolic changes, changes in our skin and hair and can even bring about a compromise of our immune system. Along with our typical New Year's resolutions such as resolving to be more organized, or heading to the gym at least three times a week, we should also add a provision to give ourselves a boost in our health and well-being. Vitamins and supplements are fast becoming one of the most respected ways to not only boost our wellness, but are perfect to counter the ill-effects of over-indulgence and to live a healthier, happier 2013." - Writes Karen of Beauty Research
Beauty Research is a beauty blogging web site started by two experienced skin care enthusiasts wishing to share tips and suggestions. The DS Laboratories and Murad article as well as a DS Laboratories and Murad forum can be found at BeautyResearch.com.
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